Diversity and Inclusion, Film and Television/Streaming

WMC Investigation: 2017 Review of Gender and Emmy Primetime Nominations

A study from the Women’s Media Center shows the continuous lack of representation among women behind the scenes in film and television:  

“Despite modest gains for women in a few categories, the 2017 Primetime Emmy Award nominations reflect the ongoing deficit of behind-the-camera opportunities for women in television, according to a Women’s Media Center analysis. In the combined categories of writing, directing, editing, and producing, women gained one percentage point, standing at 26 percent compared to 25 percent last year.”

Read the full story here.

(Source: Womensmediacenter.com)

Originally published: 9/7/17

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